At the same time with the establishing of conservatories, countless orchestras were founded, which were completely made of professional musicians. Many of these are still world famous today, such as the Vienna Philharmonic, which even today is regarded as one of the best in the world. The newly founded concert orchestras - in the which the maecenas still had an important role as supporters - organized their concerts with business in mind, so that playing in an orchestra could become the musicians’ profession and would ensure them that they could earn a living without having to be part of an aristocrat’s court or be contracted to the church, enabling a new dynamism in the development of music. The most outstanding composer of the beginning of the 19th century was Franz Schubert, who was Viennese to the core. Regarded by many as the first romantic composer, who although, he died tragically young, living only 31 years, was extremely creative, having composed nearly 1000 pieces.